What is a list of flower names?


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A list of flowers might include the names of the state flowers, starting with the states on the Pacific Ocean. Alaska's state flower is the forget-me-not, Hawaii's flower is the yellow hibiscus, and California's flower is the golden poppy. Oregon honors the Oregon grape and Washington showcases the western rhododendron.

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Idaho's flower is the syringa, Montana features the bitterroot, and the North Dakota blossom is the wild prairie rose. Minnesota chose the pink and white lady's slipper for its state flower, Wisconsin chose the wood violet, Michigan and Arkansas honor the apple blossom and Ohio is partial to the scarlet carnation. The state flower of both Pennsylvania and Connecticut is the mountain laurel. The New York state flower is the rose. Vermont's flower is the red clover, New Hampshire likes the purple lilac, Maine treasures the white pine cone and tassel, Massachusetts showcases the mayflower and Rhode Island treasures the violet. New Jersey's state flower is the purple violet, Delaware's flower is the peach blossom and Maryland features the black-eyed Susan.

Virginia and North Carolina honor the dogwood as their state flower, West Virginia is partial to the big rhododendron, and South Carolina features the yellow jessamine. Georgia's flower is the Cherokee rose, Florida likes the orange blossom, Alabama features the camellia and Mississippi and Louisiana treasure the magnolia. The Texas flower is the bluebonnet, New Mexico showcases the yucca, Arizona is partial to the blossom of the saguaro cactus and Nevada showcases the sagebrush.

Utah's flower is the sego lily, Wyoming's blossom is the Indian paintbrush and Colorado cherishes the Rocky Mountain columbine. The flower of South Dakota is the pasqueflower, Nebraska and Kentucky honor the goldenrod. Kansas features the native sunflower, Oklahoma showcases the mistletoe and Missouri likes the hawthorn. The flower of Iowa is the wild rose, Illinois showcases the native violet, Indiana honors the peony and Tennessee prizes the iris.

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